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ARTS & CULTURE
The Mori Arts Center Gallery is an art space adjacent to the observation deck on the 52nd floor of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower. A venue for high-quality exhibitions on a plethora of themes, including works from the world’s top museums, manga, anime and film, fashion and design from Japan and beyond.
The National Art Center, Tokyo
Designed by Japanease achitect Kisho Kurokawa, NACT is one of the largest exhibition spaces in Japan, welcoming temporary exhibits sponsored and curated by organizations from around the world.
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum
Established in 1926, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum is Japan’s first public art museum. Designed by renowed Japanese architect Kunio Maekawa, the museum hosts a variety of temporary exhibitions, shows and masterpieces from leading Japanese and foreign artists.
The Mass is a gallery dedicated to the display of modern and contemporary art founded in 2016. The building is designed by Nobuo Araki / The Archetype and is located in Cat Street Harajuku, which is known as one of a source of fashion.
Atago Shrine700 m
A shinto shrine famed for its steep stairway with 86 “stone steps to success”. Established in 1603 by order of the first shogun of the Tokugawa Era, Ieyasu Tokugawa, the shrine was built atop Atago Mountain, which offered ideal viewpoints of the town to protect local residents from fire and invasions.
Zojoji Temple1.5 km
Founded in 1393, Zojoji Buddhist temple was relocated to the present site in 1598 after Ieyasu Tokugawa entered Edo (present-day Tokyo), and remanined the temple of the Tokugawa family until the start of the Meiji era. A picturesque spot for photos with Tokyo Tower standing tall in the background.
Kotohira Shrine650 m
Built in 1679, Kotohira Shrine has long been a place to worship the gods of fishing, fertility, health, and industry. Surrounded by towering skyscrapers, this shrine offers a glimpse into Tokyo’s history, a unique space where modernity meets tradition.
Food + Drink
The Japanese branch of legendary chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s famed NOBU restaurant group, Nobu Tokyo showcases the chef’s innovative style of Japanese cuisine in a modern, lively setting. With fresh local seafood and produce brought in daily, savor authentic and original Japanese flavors.
Tokyo Shiba Tofuya Ukai
Located at the foot of Tokyo Tower, this picturesque restaurant housed in a 19th-century sake brewery serves traditional kaiseki cuisine specializing in homemade tofu. Surrounded by 6,600 m² of Japanese gardens with towering pine trees and cobblestone paths, find yourself transported to another era.
Enjoy an exciting and authentic robata experience in neighboring Roppongi. With the ambiance of a lively marketplace, grab a seat by the counter and choose from the large selection of fresh fish, meats and vegetables on display. Relax with a glass of shochu and watch as chefs grill your food in front of you on an open hearth, then serve on traditional long wooden paddles.
Located in the heart of Ginza, this hidden haven of tempura serves authentic fare with a focus on course menus that change with the season. Counter only seating allows each guest an up-close opportunity to experience the artisanship behind each delicately fried piece of vegetable and seafood. With over 20 years’ experience at the famed Hotel Okura and 6 years at the Japanese Embassy in Paris, Chef Yamada’s welcoming shop has become a favorite among locals.
Toranomon Yokocho is a place that connects the present and future of food, which is a collection of a total of 26 famous stores that are famous in Tokyo, which has not been opened in many stores. Toranomon Yokocho is the magnetic field formed by the gathering of shops that have the intention to stick to each other, and the collision of the individual pieces creates heat, the energy of which creates a magnetic force.